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Dorcy R. Hayner
October 17, 1941 ~ November 22, 2023 (age 82) 82 Years Old
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Dorcy R. Hayner, went to be with the Lord. She fought a good fight. She has finished her course. Henceforth, there is laid up for her a crown of righteousness; not for her only but all of them that love his appearing. (II Timothy 4:7-8)
Dorcy was born in Halo, Kentucky on October 17, 1941 to Everett and Maggie Johnson. She graduated from Decatur Washington High School and married her high school sweetheart, Edward Leon “Lee” Hayner. He preceded her in death on August 4, 2022. They had no children but their dog, Mr. Buttons, who survives and is loved very much, brought much joy to them.
They were members of the IPCC Church for many years. She was active in the ministry of teaching Junior Church, teaching Sunday School, preaching, singing and witnessing. She loved to tell others about Jesus and His great love for us. She wanted everyone to be saved and wanted to give one last witness for her Jesus. “He died on the cross for our sins and if you ask him, he will forgive your sins and save you. I want us to be together in Heaven.” Lee was the quiet one, but he was always very supportive of Dorcy whatever she wanted to do for the Lord; he was all for it.
Dorcy was preceded in death by her husband, Edward Leon “Lee” Hayner; her parents: Everett and Maggie Johnson; her five brothers: Norman Bentley, Lewis Bentley, Jim Bentley, Sterling Bentley and Ernest Johnson; her six sisters: Burrita Bentley, Allen Johnson, Avis Vance, Ina Lee, Beulah Malone and Betty Joseph; and her niece, Debbie Joseph-Burgess. Dorcy leaves many nieces and nephews to cherish her memories. She loved them all very much. Rest in peace, Dorcy since Jesus came to take her home to be with Him; you are much loved and will be greatly missed until we meet again.
Friends and family may come to honor Dorcy’s life at a graveside service on Friday, December 1, 2023 starting at 11:30am at Grand Prairie Cemetery. Donations may be given in her memory to the International Pentecostal Church of Christ, 775 Fountain Street, Marion, Ohio 43302. The Boyd Funeral Home is honored to be serving the Hayner family.